Motorola launched the Moto G8 Plus in the fall of 2019. The phone is already available for a while but it’s only now making it to the Middle East-Africa region under a new name – Motorola One Vision Plus.
This is exactly the same Snapdragon 665-powered phone with 4 GB RAM, but instead of 64GB of storage, the company doubled it – it is now 128 GB.
This phone comes with 6.3” LCD, with the fingerprint scanner being on the back. There is a 4,000 mAh battery inside with 15W TurboPower charging, although Motorola ships an 18W charger in the retail box. Other specs include a 48MP main cam, 25MP selfie shooter in a waterdrop notch, FM radio, 3.5 mm audio jack – everything you might want from a midranger.
The phone, offered in both Cosmic Blue and Crystal Pink, will be shipped by the end of this week for Prime members. It is over 30% cheaper than what it costs in Europe – Amazon has it discounted from AED749 down AED699 ($190/€168).